Construction leads - July 9th



MIXED USE and NON-RESIDENTIAL

Applicant: First Endeavour (Tillyoch) LLP

Planning Authority: Aberdeen   

Details: Major residential development (approximately 250 units) of affordable and private housing with associated infrastructure, open space, landscaping, community facilities and energy centre

Location: Land At Tillyoch Peterculter, Aberdeen   

Agent: Halliday Fraser Munro, 8 Victoria Street, Aberdeen

Reference: 210936/PAN

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Applicant: Claymore Homes Ltd

Planning Authority: Aberdeenshire 

Details: Residential Mixed-Use Development Comprising Circa 800 Residential Homes, a Local Neighbourhood Centre, Land reserved for Employment Purposes, a Primary School and a Possible Future Rail Halt, Associated Roads and Drainage Infrastructure, New Landscaping and Open Spaces and a Local Nature Reserve 

Location: Land At Inverugie Meadows South Ugie, Peterhead

Agent: Halliday Fraser Munro, 8 Victoria Street, Aberdeen

Reference: ENQ/2021/1139

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TENDERS

Contract Authority: Aberdeenshire Council

Details: Edge repair / haunching works for three sites on the A947 between Oldmeldrum and Turriff

Location: Formartine Area

Contact: shabir.aslam@aberdeenshire.gov.uk

Publication Date: 05/07/2021

 

Contract Authority: National Records of Scotland

Details: The Adam Dome ceiling comprises neo-classical decorative plasterwork executed by Thomas Clayton Jnr. to Robert Adam’s design of c.1785. The domed ceiling, centred around a glazed oculus, is divided into eight segments by decorative ribs which are further compartmentalised with horizontal friezes creating plain plastered fields which are embellished with cast decoration and smaller run mouldings. The decoration within the largest compartment of each segment include large roundels consisting of plain run mouldings which frame casts of classical figures.

The plaster consists of lime-based gypsum gauged plasters applied onto a background of riven (hand split) timber laths. The ceiling from above is divided by primary trusses which has created 12 segments. Each segment is divided into four sections by horizontal timbers which support ceiling joists that further sub divide each section into bays. The decorative elements applied to the ceiling comprise a mixture of run in-situ and bench run/precast mouldings, embellished with cast decoration.

The condition of the ceiling from above is generally poor, caused by a combination of missing and damaged plaster nibs, water damage, defective timber laths and structural issues found in the roof space during a condition survey (report appended) carried out in 2019.

Location: Edinburgh

Contact: eanne.gourlay@nrscotland.gov.uk

Publication Date: 05/07/2021